There is no clear manual at sidux manuals. They only said, you should install their package named grub2-fll-iso or something like it. Sure, you can load and boot Sidux from iso file, in existing Linux installation, with grub2. I used Linux Mint 9.

Here is the part of my /boot/grub/grub.cfg

loopback loop (hd0,0)/sidux.iso
linux (loop)/boot/vmlinuz0.686 boot=fll fromiso=/sidux.iso
initrd (loop)/boot/initrd0.686

That's it. sidux.iso in located in my / directory, which is /dev/sda1


21 July 2010


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